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American tech workers looking for jobs north of the border find Ottawa, a government town once voted the 'most boring city’ in Canada, more appealing than Toronto.
The former chief executive officer of BlackBerry Ltd added his voice to the chorus of people saying that Canada’s main economic hurdle is keeping technology talent.
Silicon Valley startups are tapping into Toronto’s tech talent.
China and Canada have signed an agreement vowing not to conduct state-sponsored cyberattacks against each other aimed at stealing trade secrets or other confidential business information.
Canada's electronic spy agency said it was "very likely" that hackers will try to influence Canada's 2019 elections and it planned to advise political parties next week on how to guard against cyber threats.
Not so long ago, Canadian tech entrepreneurs had a long list of grievances: a dearth of early and late-stage funding, long visa wait times for foreign hires, local corporations that wouldn’t buy their products, the best and brightest decamping for Silicon Valley.
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang on April 18 pressed Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to relax curbs on high-tech exports to China and also suggested the two nations work together on clean energy
The new national budget unveiled by Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's Liberal government took aim at ride-sharing providers such as Uber Technologies Inc looking to end a tax advantage they have over traditional taxi companies.
A group of Canadian technology company founders, executives and investors called in a letter for Ottawa to immediately give temporary residency to those displaced by a recent US order.
Canada's BlackBerry Ltd plans to invest C$100mil (US$75mil or RM333.85mil) in a new autonomous vehicle testing hub over several years, the company's chief executive said, as the fallen smartphone pioneer looks elsewhere for growth.